By CURT HORNBECKER
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - It was a little chilly Saturday afternoon to go for a walk, but it was exactly what the Waynesboro baseball team needed.
Trailing by a run entering the seventh inning, the Indians took advantage of four walks and three base hits, rallying for five runs to beat St. Maria Goretti, 9-6, and claim the Bob Walck Invitational Baseball Tournament championship.
Shippensburg outslugged James Buchanan for a 10-8 victory in the consolation game.
"We ran out of arms," said St. Maria coach Mike Montedoro, whose Gaels defeated James Buchanan earlier in the day to earn a berth in the championship game. "We had trouble finding the plate (in the seventh inning). We were concerned coming into the tournament about how our arms would last."